Item description for Abe Lincoln and the Muddy Pig by Stephen Krensky & Greshom Griffith...
Overview When young Abe Lincoln runs into a little pig on his way to give a speech that is stuck in a mud puddle, he has to make the right decision to help the struggling animal and get dirty or do nothing and stay clean for his pending appearance. Simultaneous.
Publishers Description Abe Lincoln is on his way to give an important speech when he comes across a pig stuck in the mud. If he stops to help the pig, he'll get his brand-new suit dirty. But young Abe can't stand to see an animal in trouble. What should he do? Level 2 Reading Independently More complex stories Varied sentence structure Paragraphs and short chapters
Citations And Professional Reviews Abe Lincoln and the Muddy Pig by Stephen Krensky & Greshom Griffith has been reviewed by professional book reviewers and journalists at the following establishments -
Hornbook Guide to Children - 07/01/2002 page 467
School Library Journal - 07/01/2002 page 108
Hornbook Guide to Children - 01/01/2002 page 467
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.25" Width: 6.25" Height: 9" Weight: 0.2 lbs.
Release Date Jan 1, 2002
ISBN 0689841035 ISBN13 9780689841033 UPC 076714003996
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More About Stephen Krensky & Greshom Griffith
"I did not have the kind of childhood most people would choose to write about. It was happy and uneventful, with only the occasional bump in the night to keep me on my toes. In my spare time, however, I often imagined myself in various stories -- as Mighty Mouse, Robin Hood, Popeye or Superman.
"I always liked to make up stories, especially lying in bed at night before I fell asleep.
"It was not until I was twenty that I actually took up ceative writing. One of my favorite parts of the process was imagining myself in various characters' shoes, even if those characters - dragons for example - didn't wear shoes at all. A year later, in 1975, I graduated from Hamilton College andbegan a six-month internship at the New York Times Book Review.
"Since then I have been a full-time writer for children. I married my wife, Joan, in 1984, and we settled in my hometown of Lexington, Massachusetts, where we live with our two sons, Andrew and Peter.
"When I feel like I've spent enough time hunched over my computer, I like to play soccer and softball, and read books written by other people."
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Stephen Krensky currently resides in Lexington, in the state of Massachusetts.
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